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By Khenchen Konchog Gyaltshen, Khenmo Trinlay Chodron

ISBN-10: 1559393424

ISBN-13: 9781559393423

Buddhist teachings offer various equipment for bringing better that means and happiness into our lives and into our relations with others. In A entire advisor to the Buddhist Path, Khenchen Konchog Gyaltshen Rinpoche unearths those equipment in direct, shiny, down-to-earth language. on the middle of this paintings lies The Jewel Treasury of Advice, a textual content composed via Drikung Bhande Dharmaradza (1704–1754), the reincarnation of Drikung Dharmakirti. Khenchen Rinpoche translates those historical teachings with compassion, humor, and a prepared wisdom for his or her relevance in modern Western lifestyles. those that essentially are looking to research and perform the Buddha's teachings will locate this an crucial advisor.

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We keep the various precepts to protect ourselves from confusion, from all these different sufferings. Negative thoughts are the ultimate enemies that destroy our inner peace and happiness. O f course, Dharma teachings are based on this. ” But when you know the teachings well, you understand that Dharma isn’t limited to Buddhism, but rather is the law of peace and happi­ ness for the entire world. If an individual were to practice this kind of discipline, people would respect him regardless of what beliefs he held.

He found significant signs on her palm; in fact, her face and entire body held beautiful signs. He told her, “ D on’t worry, you won’t be a servant much longer. ” Later, a king came from Kosala to hunt. His horse stopped near that garden, and the king saw the girl from a distance. He noticed all the significant signs and her gentle­ ness. ” he called out. ” King Shakya Mingjin saw the king from Kosala, invited him into his palace, and arranged a luxurious banquet. ” Upon hearing again that she was a servant, he protested, “ This is no servant, but your daughter.

He found significant signs on her palm; in fact, her face and entire body held beautiful signs. He told her, “ D on’t worry, you won’t be a servant much longer. ” Later, a king came from Kosala to hunt. His horse stopped near that garden, and the king saw the girl from a distance. He noticed all the significant signs and her gentle­ ness. ” he called out. ” King Shakya Mingjin saw the king from Kosala, invited him into his palace, and arranged a luxurious banquet. ” Upon hearing again that she was a servant, he protested, “ This is no servant, but your daughter.

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